Mary Kane, Adjunct Faculty
Mary Kane, BA is a longtime financial journalist in Washington, D.C. She has written or edited for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Scripps Media Center, MSNBC, The American Prospect, Mother Jones, Salon, National Geographic Digital, The Washington Post, and other publications. She also was selected as fellow for the 2012 Knight Inaugural Conference on Covering Poverty. She previously served as the editor of The Washington Independent, a national news and policy website, where she won two national awards for her coverage of the foreclosure crisis. She was a 2011 Alicia Patterson fellow, covering consumer finance and financial literacy. She also was a financial reporter for Newhouse News Service in Washington. Her coverage of fringe banking was included in an issue of Southern Exposure magazine that won a George Polk award in 2003.
She teaches Journalism and Publishing in the Digital Age.